Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Tawney. Ocean of the Streams of Story

Today's free book is The Katha Sarit Sagara, or Ocean of the Streams of Story translated from the Sanskrit by C. H. Tawney. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. You can find out more about this astounding book at Wikipedia.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive (plus V. 2), Hathi Trust, and Google Books (plus V. 2)

This is the two-volume edition. You can also find a 10-volume edition at Internet Archive. See the links at the bottom of this post for a correspondence between the two editions.


Contents of Volume I.

Book I.    

Chapter I.
Introduction
Curse of Pushpadanta and Malyavan    

Chapter II.
The Story of Pushpadanta when living on the earth as Vararuchi
How Kanabhuti became a Pishacha
The Story of Vararuchi’s teacher Varsha, and his fellow-pupils Vyadi and Indradatta    

Chapter III.
Continuation of The Story of Vararuchi
The Story of the founding of the city of Pataliputra
The Story of King Brahmadatta    

Chapter IV.
Continuation of The Story of Vararuchi
The Story of Upakosha and her four lovers    

Chapter V.
Conclusion of The Story of Vararuchi
The Story of Shivasharman    

Chapter VI.
The Story of Malyavan when living on the earth as Gunadhya
The Story of the Mouse-merchant
The Story of the chanter of the Sama Veda
The Story of Satavahana    

Chapter VII.
Continuation of The Story of Gunadhya
How Pushpadanta got his name
The Story of King Shivi    

Chapter VIII.
Continuation of The Story of Gunadhya
Shiva’s tales, originally composed by Gunadhya in the Paishacha language, are made known in Sanskrit under the title of Vrihat Katha

Book II.    

Chapter IX.
The Story of the ancestors and parents of Udayana, king of Vatsa    

Chapter X.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana’s parents
The Story of Shridatta and Mrigankavati
Udayana succeeds to the kingdom of Vatsa

Chapter XI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of King Chandamahasena    

Chapter XII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Rupinika    

Chapter XIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Devasmita
The Story of the cunning Siddhikari
The Story of Shaktimati    

Chapter XIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of the clever deformed child
The Story of Ruru

Book III.    

Chapter XV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of the clever physician
The Story of the hypocritical ascetic
The Story of Unmadini
The Story of the loving couple who died of separation
The Story of Punyasena
The Story of Sunda and Upasunda

Chapter XVI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Kunti    

Chapter XVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Urvashi
The Story of Vihitasena
The Story of Somaprabha
The Story of Ahalya    

Chapter XVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Vidushaka    

Chapter XIX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Devadasa    

Chapter XX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Phalabhuti
The Story of Kuvalayavali and the witch Kalaratri
The Story of the birth of Kartikeya
The Story of Sundaraka and Kalaratri

Book IV.    

Chapter XXI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Pandu
The Story of Devadatta
The Story of Pingalika    

Chapter XXII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Jimutavahana
The Story of Jimutavahana’s adventures in a former life
The Story of Kadru and Vinata    

Chapter XXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana
The Story of Sinhaparakrama
Birth of Udayana’s son Naravahanadatta

Book V.    

Chapter XXIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Shaktivega, king of the Vidyadharas
The Story of Shiva and Madhava
The Story of Harasvamin    

Chapter XXV.
Continuation of The Story of Shaktivega
The Story of Ashokadatta and Vijayadatta    

Chapter XXVI.
Conclusion of The Story of Shaktivega
The Story of Devadatta
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son

Book VI.    

Chapter XXVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Kalingadatta, king of Takshashila
The Story of the merchant’s son in Takshashila
The Story of the Apsaras Surabhidatta
The Story of King Dharmadatta and his wife Nagashri
The Story of the seven Brahmans who devoured a cow in time of famine
The Story of the two ascetics, the one a Brahman, the other a Chandala
The Story of King Vikramasinha and the two Brahmans    

Chapter XXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Kalingadatta
Birth of his daughter Kalingasena
The Story of the seven princesses
The Story of the prince who tore out his own eye
The Story of the ascetic who conquered anger
The Story of Sulochana and Sushena
The Story of the prince and the merchant’s son who saved his life
The Story of the Brahman and the Pishacha    

Chapter XXIX.
Continuation of The Story of Kalingadatta
The Story of Kirtisena and her cruel mother-in-law    

Chapter XXX.
Continuation of The Story of Kalingadatta
The Story of Tejasvati
The Story of the Brahman Harisharman    

Chapter XXXI.
Conclusion of The Story of Kalingadatta
The Story of Usha and Aniruddha
Kalingasena, daughter of Kalingadatta, escapes to Vatsa
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son    

Chapter XXXII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the Brahman’s son Vishnudatta and his seven foolish companions
The Story of Kadaligarbha
The Story of the king and the barber’s wife    

Chapter XXXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Shrutasena
The Story of the three Brahman brothers
The Story of Devasena and Unmadini
The Story of the ichneumon, the owl, the cat and the mouse
The Story of King Prasenajit and the Brahman who lost his treasure    

Chapter XXXIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Indradatta
The Story of the Yaksha Virupaksha
The Story of Shatrughna and his wicked wife
The Story of King Shurasena and his ministers
The Story of King Harisinha

Book VII.    

Chapter XXXV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Ratnaprabha
The Story of Sattvashila and the two treasures
The Story of the brave king Vikramatunga    

Chapter XXXVI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Ratnadhipati and the white elephant Shvetarashmi
The Story of Yavanasena    

Chapter XXXVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Nishchayadatta
The Story of Somasvamin
The Story of Bhavasharman    

Chapter XXXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Vikramaditya and the hetæra
The Story of King Vikramaditya and the treacherous mendicant    

Chapter XXXIX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Shringabhuja and the daughter of the Rakshasa    

Chapter XL.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Tapodatta
The Story of Virupasharman
The Story of King Vilasashila and the physician Tarunachandra    

Chapter XLI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Chirayus and his minister Nagarjuna    

Chapter XLII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Parityagasena, his wicked wife, and his two sons    

Chapter XLIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the two brothers Pranadhara and Rajyadhara
The Story of Arthalobha and his beautiful wife
The Story of the princess Karpurika in her birth as a swan

Book VIII.    

Chapter XLIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Suryaprabha    

Chapter XLV.
Continuation of The Story of Suryaprabha
The Story of the Brahman Kala    

Chapter XLVI.
Continuation of The Story of Suryaprabha
The Story of the generous Danava Namuchi    

Chapter XLVII.
Continuation of The Story of Suryaprabha    

Chapter XLVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Suryaprabha
Adventure of the witch Sharabhanana

Chapter XLIX.
Continuation of The Story of Suryaprabha
The Story of King Mahasena and his virtuous minister Gunasharman    

Chapter L.
Conclusion of The Story of Suryaprabha
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son

Book IX.    

Chapter LI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Alankaravati
The Story of Rama and Sita
The Story of the handsome king Prithvirupa    

Chapter LII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Ashokamala
The Story of Sthulabhuja
The Story of Anangarati and her four suitors
The Story of Anangarati in a former birth    

Chapter LIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Lakshadatta and his dependent Labdhadatta
The Story of the Brahman Viravara
The Story of Suprabha    

Chapter LIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the merchant Samudrashura
The Story of King Chamarabala
The Story of Yashovarman and the two fortunes    

Chapter LV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Chiradatri
The Story of King Kanakavarsha and Madanasundari    

Chapter LVI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the Brahman Chandrasvamin, his son Mahipala, and his daughter Chandravati
The Story of Chakra
The Story of the hermit and the faithful wife
The Story of Dharmavyadha, the righteous seller of flesh
The Story of the treacherous Pashupata ascetic
The Story of King Tribhuvana
The Story of Nala and Damayanti

Volume II

Book X.    

Chapter LVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the porter who found a bracelet
The Story of the inexhaustible pitcher
The Story of the merchant’s son, the hetæra and the wonderful ape ala    

Chapter LVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Vikramasinha, the hetæra and the young Brahman
The Story of the faithless wife who burnt herself with her husband’s body
The Story of the faithless wife who had her husband murdered    
The Story of Vajrasara whose wife cut off his nose and ears
The Story of King Sinhabala and his faithless wife    

Chapter LIX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of King Sumanas, the Nishada maiden, and the learned parrot
The parrot’s account of his own life as a parrot
The hermit’s story of Somaprabha, Manorathaprabha, and Makarandika
Episode of Manorathaprabha and Rashmimat    

Chapter LX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Shuravarman who spared his guilty wife    
The Story of the ox abandoned in the forest, and the lion, and the two jackals
The Story of the monkey that pulled out the wedge    
The Story of the jackal and the drum    
The Story of the crane and the Makara
The Story of the lion and the hare
The Story of the louse and the flea    
The Story of the lion, the panther, the crow and the jackal
The Story of the pair of titthibhas
The Story of the tortoise and the two swans    
The Story of the three fish
The Story of the monkeys, the firefly and the bird    
The Story of Dharmabuddhi and Dushtabuddhi
The Story of the crane, the snake, and the mungoose    
The Story of the mice that ate an iron balance    

Chapter LXI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the foolish merchant who made aloes-wood into charcoal    
The Story of the man who sowed roasted seed    
The Story of the man who mixed fire and water    
The Story of the man who tried to improve his wife’s nose    
The Story of the foolish herdsman    
The Story of the fool and the ornaments    
The Story of the fool and the cotton    
The Story of the foolish villagers who cut down the palm-trees    
The Story of the treasure-finder who was blinded    
The Story of the fool and the salt
The Story of the fool and his milch-cow    
The Story of the foolish bald man and the fool who pelted him    
The Story of the crow, and the king of the pigeons, the tortoise and the deer
The Story of the mouse and the hermit
The Story of the Brahman’s wife and the sesame-seeds
The Story of the greedy jackal    
The Story of the wife who falsely accused her husband of murdering a Bhilla
The Story of the snake who told his secret to a woman
The Story of the bald man and the hair-restorer    
The Story of a foolish servant    
The Story of the faithless wife who was present at her own Shraddha
The Story of the ambitious Chandala maiden    
The Story of the miserly king    
The Story of Dhavalamukha, his trading friend, and his fighting friend
The Story of the thirsty fool that did not drink    
The Story of the fool who killed his son    
The Story of the fool and his brother    
The Story of the Brahmacharin’s son    
The Story of the astrologer who killed his son    
The Story of the violent man who justified his character
The Story of the foolish king who made his daughter grow    
The Story of the man who recovered half a pana from his servant    
The Story of the fool who took notes of a certain spot in the sea
The Story of the king who replaced the flesh    
The Story of the woman who wanted another son    
The Story of the servant who tasted the fruit    
The Story of the two brothers Yajnasoma and Kirtisoma
The Story of the fool who wanted a barber    
The Story of the man who asked for nothing at all          

Chapter LXII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the war between the crows and the owls
The Story of the ass in the panther’s skin    
How the crow dissuaded the birds from choosing the owl king
The Story of the elephant and the hares
The Story of the bird, the hare, and the cat
The Story of the Brahman, the goat, and the rogues
The Story of the old merchant and his young wife
The Story of the Brahman, the thief, and the Rakshasa    
The Story of the carpenter and his wife
The Story of the mouse that was turned into a maiden
The Story of the snake and the frogs    
The Story of the foolish servant    
The Story of the two brothers who divided all that they had    
The Story of the mendicant who became emaciated from discontent
The Story of the fool who saw gold in the water    
The Story of the servants who kept rain off the trunks
The Story of the fool and the cakes    
The Story of the servant who looked after the door    
The Story of the simpletons who ate the buffalo
The Story of the fool who behaved like a Brahmany drake    
The Story of the physician who tried to cure a hunchback    

Chapter LXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Yashodhara and Lakshmidhara and the two wives of the water-genius
The Story of the water-genius in his previous birth    
The Story of the Brahman who became a Yaksha    
The Story of the monkey and the porpoise
The Story of the sick lion, the jackal, and the ass
The Story of the fool who gave a verbal reward to the musician    
The Story of the teacher and his two jealous pupils    
The Story of the snake with two heads
The Story of the fool who was nearly choked with rice    
The Story of the boys that milked the donkey
The Story of the foolish boy that went to the village for nothing          

Chapter LXIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the Brahman and the mungoose
The Story of the fool that was his own doctor    
The Story of the fool who mistook hermits for monkeys
The Story of the fool who found a purse    
The Story of the fool who looked for the moon    
The Story of the woman who escaped from the monkey and the cowherd
The Story of the two thieves Ghata and Karpara
The Story of Devadatta’s wife    
The Story of the wife of the Brahman Rudrasoma
The Story of the wife of Shushin
The Story of the snake-god and his wife    

Chapter LXV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the ungrateful wife
The Story of the grateful animals and the ungrateful woman
The lion’s story
The golden-crested bird’s story
The snake’s story    
The woman’s story    
The Story of the Buddhist monk who was bitten by a dog
The Story of the man who submitted to be burnt alive sooner than share his food with a guest
The Story of the foolish teacher, the foolish pupils, and the cat
The Story of the fools and the bull of Shiva
The Story of the fool who asked his way to the village    
The Story of Hiranyaksha and Mrigankalekha    

Chapter LXVI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the mendicant who travelled from Kashmira to Pataliputra
The Story of the wife of king Sinhaksha, and the wives of his principal courtiers
The Story of the woman who had eleven husbands    
The Story of the man who, thanks to Durga, had always one ox
The Story of the man who managed to acquire wealth by speaking to the king
The Story of Ratnarekha and Lakshmisena
Marriage of Naravahanadatta and Shaktiyashas    

Book XI.    

Chapter LXVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the race between the elephant and the horses
The Story of the merchant and his wife Vela
Marriage of Naravahanadatta and Jayendrasena

Book XII.    

Chapter LXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
Marriage of Naravahanadatta and Lalitalochana
The Story of the jackal that was turned into an elephant    
The Story of Vamadatta and his wicked wife    

Chapter LXIX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of King Bhadrabahu and his clever minister
The Story of Pushkaraksha and Vinayavati
The Story of the birth of Vinayavati
The adventures of Pushkaraksha and Vinayavati in a former life
The Story of Lavanyamanjari          

Chapter LXX.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of Shrutadhi          

Chapter LXXI.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of Kamalakara and Hansavali    

Chapter LXXII.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of King Vinitamati who became a holy man
The Story of the holy boar
The Story of Devabhuti
The Story of the generous Induprabha
The Story of the parrot who was taught virtue by the king of the parrots
The Story of the patient hermit Shubhanaya
The Story of the persevering young Brahman    
The Story of Malayamalin
The Story of the robber who won over Yama’s secretary    

Chapter LXXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of Shridarshana
The Story of Saudamini
The Story of Bhunandana    

Chapter LXXIV.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of Bhimabhata
The Story of Akshakshapanaka    

Chapter LXXV.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the prince who was helped to a wife by the son of his father’s minister    

Chapter LXXVI.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the three young Brahmans who restored a dead lady to life    

Chapter LXXVII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the king and the two wise birds
The maina’s story
The parrot’s story    

Chapter LXXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Viravara    

Chapter LXXIX.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Somaprabha and her three sisters    

Chapter LXXX.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the lady who caused her brother and husband to change heads    

Chapter LXXXI.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the king who married his dependent to the Nereid    

Chapter LXXXII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the three fastidious men    

Chapter LXXXIII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Anangarati and her four suitors    

Chapter LXXXIV.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Madanasena and her rash promise    

Chapter LXXXV.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of King Dharmadhvaja and his three very sensitive wives    

Chapter LXXXVI.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of King Yashaḥketu, his Vidyadhari wife and his faithful minister    

Chapter LXXXVII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Harisvamin who first lost his wife and then his life    

Chapter LXXXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the merchant’s daughter who fell in love with a thief    

Chapter LXXXIX.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the magic globule    

Chapter XC.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Jimutavahana    

Chapter XCI.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Unmadini    

Chapter XCII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the Brahman’s son who failed to acquire the magic power    

Chapter XCIII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the thief’s son    

Chapter XCIV.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the Brahman boy who offered himself up to save the life of the king    

Chapter XCV.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of Anangamanjari, her husband Manivarman, and the Brahman Kamalakara    

Chapter XCVI.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the four Brahman brothers who resuscitated the tiger    

Chapter XCVII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the Hermit who first wept and then danced    

Chapter XCVIII.
Continuation of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
The Story of the father that married the daughter and the son that married the mother    

Chapter XCIX.
Conclusion of The Story of King Trivikramasena and the Vampire
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati    

Chapter C.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati    

Chapter CI.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
The Story of Sundarasena and Mandaravati    

Chapter CII.
Continuation of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati    

Chapter CIII.
Conclusion of The Story of Mrigankadatta and Shashankavati
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son    

Book XIII.    

Chapter CIV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the two Brahman friends

Book XIV.    

Chapter CV.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Savitri and Angiras    

Chapter CVI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the child that died of a broken heart    

Chapter CVII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Rama          

Chapter CVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of Nagasvamin and the witches
The Story of Marubhuti and the mermaids and the gold-producing grains

Book XV.    

Chapter CIX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
History of the cave of Trishirsha    

Chapter CX.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
Naravahanadatta crowned emperor of the Vidyadharas

Book XVI.    

Chapter CXI.
Continuation of The Story of Udayana and his son
The Story of the devoted couple Shurasena and Sushena
Death of Chandamahasena and Angaravati    
Death of Udayana king of Vatsa    
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana    

Chapter CXII.
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana
The Story of King Chandamahasena and the Asura’s daughter
The Story of prince Avantivardhana and the daughter of the Matanga
The Story of the young Chandala who married the daughter of king Prasenajit
The Story of the young fisherman who married a princess
The Story of the Merchant’s daughter who fell in love with a thief    

Chapter CXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana
The Story of Taravaloka

Book XVII.    

Chapter CXIV.
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana
The Story of King Brahmadatta and the swans
How Parvati condemned her five attendants to be reborn on earth
The Story of the metamorphoses of Pingeshvara and Guheshvara    

Chapter CXV.
Continuation of The Story of Brahmadatta and the swans
The Story of Muktaphalaketu and Padmavati    

Chapter CXVI.
Continuation of The Story of Muktaphalaketu and Padmavati    

Chapter CXVII.
Continuation of The Story of Muktaphalaketu and Padmavati    

Chapter CXVIII.
Continuation of The Story of Muktaphalaketu and Padmavati    

Chapter CXIX.
Conclusion of The Story of Muktaphalaketu and Padmavati
Conclusion of The Story of Brahmadatta and the swans    
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana    

Book XVIII.    

Chapter CXX.
Continuation of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana    
The Story of Vikramaditya king of Ujjayini    

Chapter CXXI.
Continuation of The Story of Vikramaditya king of Ujjayini
The Story of Madanamanjari
The Story of the gambler Dagineya
The Story of thinthakarala the bold gambler
The Story of the gambler who cheated Yama    
The Story of Ghanta and Nighanta and the two maidens    
The Story of the golden deer    

Chapter CXXII.
Continuation of The Story of Vikramaditya king of Ujjayini
The Story of Malayavati the man-hating maiden    

Chapter CXXIII.
Continuation of The Story of Vikramaditya king of Ujjayini    
The Story of Kalingasena’s marriage
How Devasena obtained the magic ointment    
The Story of the grateful monkey
The Story of the two princesses
The Story of Dhanadatta
The Story of Keshata and Kandarpa
The Story of Kusumayudha and Kamalalochana    

Chapter CXXIV.
Conclusion of The Story of Kalingasena’s marriage
The Story of Chandrasvamin
Conclusion of The Story of Vikramaditya king of Ujjayini
The Story of Devasvamin
The Story of Agnisharman
The Story of Muladeva
Conclusion of The Story of Naravahanadatta son of Udayana    
Conclusion of the Katha Sarit Sagara    


This is the two-volume edition. You can also find a 10-volume edition at Internet Archive, and you can use this chart to see how the two different editions match up:


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